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Image from web page 516 of “American houses and gardens” (1905)
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Title: American residences and gardens
Year: 1905 (1900s)
Subjects: Architecture, Domestic Landscape gardening
Publisher: New York : Munn and Co
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Biodiversity Heritage Library
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ass of function. Following is a list of the chapterswhich will give a general thought of the broad character of the function. VIII. Selection of Aggregates. IX. Wooden Molds—Ornamental FlowerPots Modeled by Hand and Inlaid withColored Tile.Concrete Pedestals.Concrete Benches.Concrete Fences. Miscellaneous, which includes Tools,Water proofing and Reinforcing. X.XI. XIIXIII. I. Making Wire Types or Frames.II. Covering the Wire Frames and Mod-eling the Cement Mortar into Form. III. Plaster Molds for Simple Types. IV. Plaster Molds for Objects havingCurved Outlines. V. Combination of Casting and Model-ing—An Egyptian Vase.VI. Glue Molds.VII. Colored Cements and Techniques Usedfor Creating Styles with same.16 mo. 514×7% inches, 196 pages, 140 illustrations, price .50 postpaid This book is effectively gotten up, is printed on coated paper and a-bounds in handsome illustrations which clearly show the unlimitedpossibilities of ornamentation in concrete. MUNN & CO., Inc., Publishers361 BROADWAY NEW YORK J
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ALEXANDER KOCHS DARMSTADT ART-PERIODICALS German Art and Decoration/ Interior Decoration,Embroidery Journal and Lace Assessment are circulated all through the entire planet. KOCHS COMPENDIUM OF Modern Property CULTURE I. Gentlemens Apartments. II. Bed-Rooms. III. Dining Rooms, etc.—sendfor illustrated prospectus which will be sent post-free. We will forward post-freeto any address, on receipt of 65 cents a richly illustrated specimen quantity,typographically perfect, of the German Art and Decoration, or InteriorDecoration, and for 25 cents the Embroidery Journal and Lace Evaluation. Alexander Koch, Publisher, Darmstadt (Germany) BOUND VOLUMES of AMERICAN HOMESand GARDENS 1912 J7T 456 pages, over 1,000 illustrations, Pi*ir+*> $£ ff U a lot of of which are complete-page plates. «■ ICtJj np^J* JJ An exquisite volume complete of interest to the house planner, the residence builder and thehome maker. The volumes are beautifully bound in green library cloth, stamped incolors, gilt leading. AMERICAN Residences AND GARDEN
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Generating of Aluminium Cooking Pots in Cité Soleil, Haiti
Image by United Nations Photo
30 years ago Mones Mondasar’s father, established himself as an aluminum cooking pot maker in Port-au-Prince’s Cite Soleil, Haiti’s largest and most infamous slum. Now 45, Mondasar and his 25 year old son Walnes, continue the tradition making up to 10 pots a week. It really is a small quantity by modern manufacturing requirements, but almost everything depends on what scrap aluminum can be collected to be melted down and poured into hand created sand molds. The completed solution will bring 500 Haitian Gourds every – roughly US – in Port-au-Prince’s central market place.
UN Photo/Nektarios Markogiannis
Creating of Aluminium Cooking Pots in Cité Soleil, Haiti
Image by United Nations Photo
30 years ago Mones Mondasar’s father, established himself as an aluminum cooking pot maker in Port-au-Prince’s Cite Soleil, Haiti’s largest and most infamous slum. Now 45, Mondasar and his 25 year old son Walnes, continue the tradition generating up to 10 pots a week. It really is a modest quantity by modern day manufacturing requirements, but everything depends on what scrap aluminum can be collected to be melted down and poured into hand made sand molds. The completed item will bring 500 Haitian Gourds every – roughly US – in Port-au-Prince’s central industry.
UN Photo/Logan Abassi